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    My husband received news that removal proceedings have been started on him and we're expecting him to receive the voluntary deportation option. I know that if he leaves he is eligible to come back after 10 years. My question is, if he chooses not to leave by the date they give, but leave at a later date instead, is he eligible to come back to the country? If so, how long? He's under the impression that it's 10 years either way.

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    My husband received news that removal proceedings have been started on him and we're expecting him to receive the voluntary deportation option. I know that if he leaves he is eligible to come back after 10 years. My question is, if he chooses not to leave by the date they give, but leave at a later date instead, is he eligible to come back to the country? If so, how long? He's under the impression that it's 10 years either way.

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    • #3
      Is he not eligible for a waiver. If he is you would double up, 601 and 212 rathe than just 601.

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      • #4
        I think he is eligible for the waiver now, but even so we expect that in the end he will be given the VD. We just don't have the hardship case that we were told we need once we go to court . Can he file the 212 now? I thought that might be for him to come back after the 10 years or so.

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        • #5
          Who needs or wants another visa cheating scumbag taking up valuable oxygen in the US of A? Deportation means he is an irresponsible enema bag cleaner....good riddance. Why do you think we have deportation? To reward slimebags like your husband? Oh yes...now we'll hear about what a "wonderful, hard working, up standing citizen" he is, better than any ole American....yea ....sure....and what makes him so in your lower-than-80 IQ eyes? Nothing, except your own desperation to find "true love" in any dirtbag that crosses your trailer park porch....how dumb can these trailer dwellers be? (I guess pretty darn dumb, given the kind of situations we've read about on this site and those of those land-based manatees over at immigrate2us.blubber.) Move back to whatever south or central American country this clown came from, and please, don't harm the human gene pool any more than you have already....

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          • #6
            Actually he's from Europe so you can go away with your stereotypes. Then again I really don't care what you think because we are both college graduates and so by the sounds of your answer, each of our IQ's are probably double yours. It sounds like you are talking from experience about trailer trash and I think you may need to work through your issues with that before projecting those feelings on others.
            I understand peoples frustration with the immigration system but you don't need to take your idiotic stance about it out on me. I don't have a problem moving to Europe because people like you make me embarrassed to call myself an American. I'm just making sure that the timeline that we leave in lets us take care of our responsibilities and make sure things are in order before we go so that if for some reason we decide to come back someday we can.
            If you want to send me your address I'll send you postcards from all the countries and cultures I will easily be visiting while living there. ...you do get mail at trailer parks, right?

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            • #7
              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">If you want to send me your address I'll send you postcards from all the countries and cultures I will easily be visiting while living there. Smile ...you do get mail at trailer parks, right? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


              LOL Audrey..good one! Be sure to visit UK on your travels!

              Welcome to ILW btw
              Please check back, I am sure you will get some better feedback from some of the better mannered members here

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              • #8
                Thanks! Have a nice Thanksgiving too!

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                • #9
                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by audrey813:
                  My husband received news that removal proceedings have been started on him and we're expecting him to receive the voluntary deportation option. I know that if he leaves he is eligible to come back after 10 years. My question is, if he chooses not to leave by the date they give, but leave at a later date instead, is he eligible to come back to the country? If so, how long? He's under the impression that it's 10 years either way. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                  Hello Audrey

                  Why is your husband in removal proceedings?

                  How long has he been in this country, and did he come in on a valid visa?

                  How long have you been married,? and( i assume from your one comment that you are a usc.)


                  Who told you that you will not qualify for a hardship? Does he have parents in the usa or children? Hardships can be made to fit the situation. A clever writing with supporting evidence is all that is needed to make the case.

                  Do you have an immigration attorney for the removal proceeding?

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                  • #10
                    phony hardships won't succeed...the OP's only hardship will be having to watch daytime soap operas in Portuguese....but since her IQ is well below 80, she won't notice.
                    Her enemabag cleaning husband arrived without a visa...sneaking across our borders, stiffing his former wife of child support...and yet, this is a "good man?" On what planet?

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                    • #11
                      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Someone12:
                      phony hardships won't succeed...the OP's only hardship will be having to watch daytime soap operas in Portuguese....but since her IQ is well below 80, she won't notice.
                      Her enemabag cleaning husband arrived without a visa...sneaking across our borders, stiffing his former wife of child support...and yet, this is a "good man?" On what planet? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                      Can we let this go? It's Thanksgiving eve for God's sake..... as I would tell my dog, Leave It!

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                      • #12
                        4now- He is in the removal proceedings because during the process he left the country on an advanced parole. He entered the country legally on a tourists visa in 2005, but did overstay the visit. We married September '07 (and yes, I am a usc). He's never been arrested or been in any sort of trouble. I've been looking at what usually does qualify as a hardship and we just don't fall into the categories. His parents are both deceased (his father recently and that was the purpose of leaving the country before waiting for the GC), no kids (together or with anyone else), my parents are healthy and live 1,700 miles away along with the other 99% of my extended family (I was the only one to really fly the coup & created a life where I wanted to live), I've always worked so I've never relied on him to support me. etc. He does have medical bills that he has payment plans for and has been paying for the last year and a half, but I don't think keeping him here to keep paying these falls into the hardship category. We may or may not have an attorney for the court. We talked to one, but he said our chances were 50/50 and since we don't really have the hardship it's probably less than the 50%. Since it would cost us about $5,000 to have him in court with us and our chances don't look too good, we don't know what we're going to do. I think if I were to move as things were, we'd be ok, but if we took on the $5,000 and then had to move I would have to declare bankruptcy, which really is the last thing that I want to do. I think that's the closest I come to the hardship, as far as the courts are concerned.

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                        • #13
                          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by audrey813:
                          4now- He is in the removal proceedings because during the process he left the country on an advanced parole. He entered the country legally on a tourists visa in 2005, but did overstay the visit. We married September '07 (and yes, I am a usc). He's never been arrested or been in any sort of trouble. I've been looking at what usually does qualify as a hardship and we just don't fall into the categories. His parents are both deceased (his father recently and that was the purpose of leaving the country before waiting for the GC), no kids (together or with anyone else), my parents are healthy and live 1,700 miles away along with the other 99% of my extended family (I was the only one to really fly the coup & created a life where I wanted to live), I've always worked so I've never relied on him to support me. etc. He does have medical bills that he has payment plans for and has been paying for the last year and a half, but I don't think keeping him here to keep paying these falls into the hardship category. We may or may not have an attorney for the court. We talked to one, but he said our chances were 50/50 and since we don't really have the hardship it's probably less than the 50%. Since it would cost us about $5,000 to have him in court with us and our chances don't look too good, we don't know what we're going to do. I think if I were to move as things were, we'd be ok, but if we took on the $5,000 and then had to move I would have to declare bankruptcy, which really is the last thing that I want to do. I think that's the closest I come to the hardship, as far as the courts are concerned. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                          Hello Audrey

                          Thank you for the information. Let me see if I read it correct.


                          Your husband came in with tourist visa in 2005 and did overstay.

                          You met and married husband in 2007. You filed AOS package 1-130/1-485 and I-131 advance parole.


                          Is your husband from a country that uses the VWP (visa waiver program)

                          Your husband foolishly left the usa before the first interview as he was out of status and illegal.


                          ok....

                          When he returned to usa , did they allow him back in?

                          It appears that he was allowed back in because he had filed the I-131 (lucky)

                          When was the 1st interview scheduled for and what service center are you in?


                          What is the "official denial" uscis code given for AOS or official removal proceedings reason given.?


                          The country where your husband is from, do you speak the language?



                          Right now Audrey, I want you to concentrate on giving us details about what brought about the removal proceedings/ or denial of AOS if it got that far. ie did you have interview with immig officer. Concentrate on what got him there.

                          Hold on to your $5000 4now. Do seek advice from at least 2 other attorneys who have expierence in removal. otherwise you will not get accurate advice and just generals like 50/50. A good lawyer will work a clever strategy for hardship waiver (601) Do not concern yourself with categories right now... that is your lawyer's job for that $5000.


                          Chin up... Lets get some accurate facts for best advice for you guys.

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                          • #14
                            Audrey813, Please accept my sympathy for your difficulties with your husband and USCIS. Audrey813, why do you want to go through this mess? Do you think that your case will be different from others? To the best of my knowlege, you are making a major mistake. Please read the thread of others that have fallen victim to marriage fraud. Don't tell me that you have the same culture or you come from the same country, it WILL happen to you 75% guarranteed. Please Audrey813 listen to your inner self, PLEASE! PLEASE!! PLEASE!!! and goodluck. I am a victim, same culture, same state, same language, and family connection. You are not immuned. Goodluck again.

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                            • #15
                              Waiver is available now, but not if he violates the VD. In any event, I think it is best if you leave as well since you do not seem to love this country. You will be happier in socialist Europe where those who dissent from the politically correct views are prosecuted. If your husband was so smart, why did he get caught? There are millions of illegals here who never get caught and they have an IQ average well under 100.

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